M10 Plotting Board (WWII)

Sunday March 15th, 2020 admin

The plotting board M10 is a fire control instrument designed to assist the operator in computing and plotting firing data. The plotting board is sturdy, simple to operate, accurate, and easilyt adopted to use by computers in the field. It carried in a durable canvas case.   Stock Number Reference: […]

Army Special OD7 Herringbone Twill (HBT) Jacket (1945)

Saturday October 5th, 2019 admin

At this point, the Army was going to great lengths to protect troops from possible chemical warfare attack. In late 1942, most tops were modified with “gas flaps” on the chests and cuffs while trousers were fitted with overlapping flys in an effort to prevent blister agents from reaching soldiers’ […]

Reversible Ski Parka With Fur Trimmed (1942)

Tuesday September 24th, 2019 admin

Reversible ski parka (with fur trimmed). Shown one is Medium size, fur trimming is missing.   Stock Number Reference: Parka, Ski, Reversible, Fur Trimmed Size Army Stock Number Small 55-P-4909 Medium 55-P-4906 Large 55-P-4903 Olive green side White side

30-Round .45 Magazine Case w/ Shoulder Strap (1943)

Friday November 23rd, 2018 admin

Holds ten .45 30-round magazines, mostly used by paratroopers for carrying spare ammunition for M-1928 sub-machine gun.   Stock Number Reference: Case, Magazine, 30-Round, With Shoulder Strap Army Stock Number: 74-C-194

Mountain Rucksack (1941 Pattern)

Monday August 27th, 2018 admin

U.S. Army developed and adopted its first rucksack during the summer of 1941. The canvas duck sack was mounted on a steel wire or rattan frame that supported the load and held it off the soldier’s back. Four pockets on the outside of the bag carried extra gear. Heavy felt […]

M-1943 Field Pack / Rucksack

Thursday March 1st, 2018 admin

This rucksack was issued to the Army in ETO. It’s predecessor version is Camouflage Jungle Rucksack.   Stock Number Reference: Pack, Field, M-1943 Army Stock Number: 74-P-20